I'm still babying my foot. Off we went, yesterday, to physiotherapy. After that, we just kept on driving! It's coming along, but staying off of it is the key to tenosynovitus!
You'll recall the flooding in our region. The Tay River is flowing madly. It's crested, and has been going down somewhat. They removed the pylons on the road, and we shall see what Tuesday's rain brings. We are high and dry, atop a hill in our wetland. For that, I am grateful.
It was 23 C. Monday. Unusual for us for April, so we enjoyed the wind on our drive.
The storm was moving in, and we drove into the crepuscular clouds as we headed west. We ended up driving back, and found some sunshine.
Off onto a sideroad. You can imagine how the GPS leads one astray. A lovely view, only to end up at a road 'not maintained by the county' and snow covered!
After the grouse, we spotted a pair of ospreys who had built a nest on the TV tower!
Eventually, we made it back to Perth. The Hot Wok, what a lovely little restaurant! Lots of take out business, and. Hubby came in last week to pick up our order. It was wonderful! They do a fusion of Vietnamese, Thai, and Chinese food.
As we debated whether to order mild, medium or spicy food, hubby went for the spicy. You can never tell. JB asked our server how spicy was spicy? I told her that for a white guy he does spicy really well. She said for an Asian, she doesn't! Hubby lived many years in Vancouver and likes both spicy and chopsticks well. We neglected to ask for them for him. I prefer a fork!
They've been here for four years, and we've never popped in. We sat, and people came and went with their take out orders. After that a hilarious group of six came in. It was someone's birthday. As we left, I approached the table and said, 'You guys tell good stories!' They all laughed. They were lots of fun.
Just as we entered the restaurant, the rain storm followed us, and there was lightning, and much rain.
Home, again, to put my foot up!
No rain here! Very bizarre!
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